Yes, You Can Eat Avocado All Day

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Food Network Kitchen's Avocado Toast Breakfast Salad, as seen on Food Network.

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Stephen Johnson, 2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

These days it feels like avocado is basically its own food group. There’s even entire restaurants and museums dedicated it. America is so obsessed with avocado that it’s not completely out of the question to wonder if you could eat avocado at any meal of the day. From breakfast to a midnight snack, avocado has the potential to be a part of meal time all the time. That’s why we’ve come up with a day-long meal plan of any avocado lover’s dreams. Guac 100% included.

Breakfast: Avocado Toast (pictured above)
Let’s start with an easy one. Avocado toast is a pretty ideal way to start the day. This one is topped with a salad and nuts for an extra boost of protein to hold you over to lunch.

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Justin Walker

Lunch: Shrimp and Avocado Salad
This is the perfect salad for a summer day and calls for an entire half an avocado per serving. Grilled shrimp adds a sweet flavor to the dish and radishes are a nice crunch when paired with the creamy avocado.

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Christopher Testani

Afternoon Snack: Ranch Guacamole
This guacamole gets a makeover with all the elements of your favorite ranch dressing. You'll probably want to pack this in a single-serve container or risk eating the whole bowl.

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Food Network Kitchen’s Avocado Noodles for Food Network One-Offs, as seen on Food Network.

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Renee Comet

Dinner: Avocado Noodles
Make pasta for dinner — avocado pasta, that is. This pasta blends creamy avocado into the actual noodles so there’s no need for eggs. The healthy fats in the avocado hold everything together!

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Matt Armendariz, 2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Dessert: Avocado Ice Cream
It’s summer, so why not make a batch of no-churn avocado ice cream to satisfy your sweet tooth? Topped with some flaky sea salt, it’s the ideal sweet and salty finish.

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Matt Armendariz, 2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Midnight Snack: Fried Avocado Bites
When insomnia hits, deep-fried food is the way to go. These bites are tempura fried to crispy perfection and served with a spicy dipping sauce. You'll be able to go to bed happy.

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